The Story Behind VaxClear®

A smiling girl gets a shot in her arm.

The story behind VaxClear® is a personal one: I wanted to support my daughter’s body through the vaccination process.

- Dr. Ashley Mayer, Founder and CEO of Dr. Green Life™

A note from our Founder and CEO:

VaxClear® is a USDA certified organic blend of herbs formulated to support our little ones through the vaccination process. The story behind VaxClear® is a personal one: I wanted to support my daughter’s body through the vaccination process.

When it became clear that I had to vaccinate my daughter (due to legalities), I knew that I wanted to use herbal medicine to support her body through the process. I searched high and low for the right herbal combination to support my kiddo. I hoped to find one or two products that:

  1. Were high in silica to help bind aluminum (in theory),

  2. Helped with toxin-elimination in a gentle way and wouldn’t overwhelm a small child’s system,

  3. Included herbs traditionally used to bind and escort toxins out of the body,

  4. Supported a healthy immune response AND a healthy inflammatory response.

There was simply nothing like this on the market, and so I formulated my own. I knew I wasn’t alone in wanting this kind of support, so I began offering it to families in my integrative medical practice. It started with a small batch of 1,000 bottles, and now we sell tens of thousands each year.

Please keep reading to learn more about each of the ten herbs used in VaxClear® and why I included them in the formulation.

- Dr. Ashley Mayer

Founder and CEO of Dr. Green Life™

10 Herbs In VaxClear®

There are ten herbs in VaxClear® that work synergistically to promote a healthy immune and inflammatory balance while gently encouraging detoxification. Let’s take a look at how these herbs are traditionally used as well as some notes about current research.

1. Chlorella - Detox Binder & Immune Herb

Part of the body’s job during vaccination is to mount an immune response and the other part is to eliminate the vaccine. Chlorella can help with both.

Recent research shows that chlorella supplementation may enhance the body’s ability to balance TH1 and TH2 immune responses, increase immune cell production, and improve antibody response to vaccines in some populations (1). The evidence isn’t conclusive yet, but everything that we know about chlorella so far points towards a positive effect on the immune system.

Chlorella may also support the body in elimination of toxins in general and of heavy metals in particular. Early research shows that it may help with elimination of methylmercury and other heavy metals (2). 

A close up images of chlorella that looks like small globs of green jelly.

Scientists think that chlorella may increase the elimination of methylmercury* by increasing bile secretion, binding to metals, and increasing feces production. As an added bonus, chlorella also has antioxidant effects and stress reduction effects.

* Methylmercury is the type of mercury found in fish. It is different from ethylmercury, also known as thimerosal - a controversial preservative that was taken out of American childhood vaccines in 2001. Thimerosal may still be present in certain flu vaccines.

See the FDA page listing vaccines that contain thimerosal: Thimerosal and Vaccines | FDA

See the CDC resources for thimerosal: Thimerosal and Vaccines | Vaccine Safety | CDC  

2. Acerola Cherries - Antioxidant Powerhouse

Acerola cherries (also known as Antilles cherries) were included in this formula due to their excellent protective antioxidant content (3,4). Antioxidants are found in many foods, including meat, grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, and herbs. They are important in order to recover from oxidative stress (5).

Vaccination is one of many things that can cause oxidative stress. Oxidative stress in small amounts isn’t something to be feared (5). Oxidation refers to the normal process of reactive oxygen molecule creation in the mitochondria during energy production.

Reactive oxygen molecules are capable of damaging cells and causing health problems; therefore, they need to be quickly mopped up with antioxidants, which bind and neutralize reactive oxygen molecules (5).

Acerola cherries hang in a tree.

Oxidative stress occurs when these reactive molecules are produced faster and in greater quantities than the body’s ability to quench them with antioxidants. Left unchecked, oxidative stress can lead to tissue damage and is implicated in a number of acute and chronic health conditions.

Thus, the ability to quench oxidative stress with antioxidants is essential for the body’s return to balance and optimal mitochondrial health (4,5). As you will see, VaxClear® has many antioxidant-containing herbs as we consider antioxidants to be an important part of maintaining good health while enduring stressors like vaccination!

3. Turmeric Root - Multi-Organ Support

Turmeric is a bright yellow spice revered in South Asian cooking and medicine, particularly Ayurvedic medicine. Turmeric’s star medicinal compound is curcumin, which is known for its effect on inflammatory balance

On a molecular level, curcumin regulates inflammatory pathways and reduces the production of inflammatory molecules (6).

Turmeric is also full of antioxidants, which quench free radicals, and it helps reduce the production of free radicals (6).

Other relevant benefits of turmeric include neuro support - particularly in the context of aluminum exposure (7,8), gut microbiome support (9), kidney support, and liver support (10).

A bowl of ground turmeric rest on a wooden table surrounded by turmeric roots .

A recent small study of curcumin given alongside COVID-19 vaccination showed that antibody production against SARS-CO-V was significantly greater in the group given curcumin than in the control group that didn’t receive any extra supplementation (11). More research is needed, but this is certainly an interesting finding.

4. Rosehips - Nourishing Immune Tonic

Rosehips have long been used as a nourishing immune tonic and folk medicine (12). They contain a wealth of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and inflammation modulating compounds (13).

Rosehips were included in this formula primarily for their nourishing and balancing effects. Interestingly, some research has shown that compounds from rosehips may inhibit cox 1 and cox 2 enzymes (14,15).

 These enzymes are key players in the inflammatory cascade, and many important anti-inflammatory medications, like NSAIDs and Aspirin, work on one or both of these enzymes (16). This may partly explain rosehips’ supportive effect on healthy inflammatory balance.

A cluster of rosehips hang from a branch.

5. Milk Thistle Seed - Liver Guard & Gentle Detox Support

Milk thistle seeds contain the potent antioxidant: silymarin. They were added to this formula because they are a tried and true liver-protecting herb. Additionally, they have immunomodulatory activity, antioxidant effects, neuroprotective effects, and inflammation balancing effects (17, 18).

The liver is responsible for processing and eliminating plenty of medicines, and this includes many components of vaccines. Countless studies have shown that human livers are able to effectively detoxify after a vaccine without any extra support.

If you’ve received vaccines without using liver support, you certainly have not caused yourself, or your children, any extra harm. The liver support offered by milk thistle seed in VaxClear® is simply intended to amplify good health and give the liver a helping hand.

A milk thistle flower in bloom.

Note: There are some rare cases of vaccine-induced liver damage (19). Though we acknowledge that milk thistle is described as hepatoprotective in both traditional and contemporary medical literature, we do NOT claim that VaxClear®, silymarin, and/or milk thistle are able to prevent or treat liver damage resulting from vaccine-injury or otherwise. 

6. Stinging Nettle Leaf - Kidney Guard & Gentle Detox Support

Stinging nettles are known as gentle - yet potent - nutritive cleansers, inflammation modulators, immune and histamine balancers, and antioxidants (20).

Though nettles contain many nutrients, silica* is one of the most interesting when it comes to vaccine support (21). Silica is able to crosslink with circulating aluminum and may help to encourage its excretion from the body via the kidneys (22, 23).

Though the amount of aluminum in vaccines is considered to be physiologic (i.e. not harmful), we believe that supporting the body in timely elimination is wise for optimal health.

The green leaves of a stinging nettle plant.

* Although we know that certain herbs usually contain specific micronutrients we can’t guarantee that VaxClear® contains a certain amount of any specific micronutrient, including silica. The nutritional content of herbs vary depending on the soil they are grown in, when they are harvested, and how they are processed. 

7. Milky Oatstraw - Nervous System Soother

Milky oatstraw (not to be confused with oatmeal from the same plant) is a nutritive strengthener for the nervous system (24, 25).

It was included in this formula partly for its silica content* (26) and partly for its neurotonic activity.

Milky oatstraw has other interesting and useful pharmacological properties, including immunomodulatory, antioxidant, and inflammation balancing (27).

* As mentioned above, we don’t guarantee the silica content in our herbal formulas. See the Stinging Nettle section above for more details. 

The yellow leaves and branches of a milky oatstraw plant.

8. Burdock Root - Gentle Detox Support

Burdock root is a well loved herb that has been medicinally used for centuries in North America, Europe, and Asia (28). It is in a class known in Western herbalism as alteratives. Alteratives are herbs that are known to restore proper function and healing to the body.

They usually do this by strengthening tissues; gently promoting detoxification, circulation, and cleansing; and balancing inflammation.

In traditional Chinese medicine, burdock root is known as a good detoxifier and circulation enhancer and is especially helpful for the promotion of clear, healthy skin from the inside out (28).

Like most of the herbs in VaxClear®, burdock is also a functional food consumed by many cultures around the world. Herbs that are also functional foods tend to be safe and can be consumed long term.

A burdock plant in bloom.

Research into burdock has emphasized a variety of medicinal qualities. Ones relevant to this formula include allergy-modulating, antioxidant, and tonic for the stomach, liver, and nervous system (29).

9. Cilantro Leaf - Detox & Nervous System Support

Cilantro is a world famous culinary herb with a host of medicinal benefits throughout the body. It was chosen for VaxClear® due to its ability to enhance detoxification, support the antioxidant system, and exert positive effects on the nervous system (30, 31).

Cilantro is known for its ability to bind to some heavy metals and is sometimes used in integrative medicine as a metal chelator** (32). However, cilantro’s potential to bind heavy metals doesn’t only happen when used as a chelator, it can also bind to heavy metals during germination.

If cilantro is planted in areas with heavy metal contamination of soil or water, it may absorb the heavy metals and, if consumed as food or medicine, become a dietary source of heavy metals (33).

The green leaves of a cilantro plant.

Rest assured that all herbs in Dr. Green Life formulas are third party tested for heavy metals and other contaminants. We post the results of our third party testing on our website as part of our commitment to full transparency. See our third party test results: Test Results – Dr. Green Life

** To the best of my knowledge, cilantro has been studied so far for its ability to chelate lead (32). Lead is not present in any vaccines, and this is not why it has been included in VaxClear®. Though cilantro may be helpful in clearing physiologic amounts of lead, and potentially other metals, from the body, it would not be an appropriate treatment for lead or other metal poisoning, which would require treatment and assessment from a healthcare professional. 

10. Parsley Leaf - Antioxidant Boost

Parsley, like cilantro, is best known as a culinary herb, but it also contains many medicinal benefits.

It was included in this formula for its powerful antioxidant content and supportive properties of the nervous system (34,35).

Parsley is also known for its benefit to the digestive system, kidneys and urinary tract, cardiovascular system, metabolism, immune system, skin, and more (36). 

The green leaves of a parsley plant.


VaxClear® is an exclusive Dr. Green Life formula created by Dr. Ashley Mayer to support children through the vaccination process. The herbs included in this formula have been used in traditional systems of medicine around the world for centuries and were chosen for their numerous medicinal benefits. Their pharmacological actions are also backed by scientific research.

Over the past ten years, VaxClear® has been used by tens of thousands of families. Read over 500 reviews on the product page to see why hundreds of users give it a five star rating!


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